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If the source is far away, light acquires a certain degree of coherence. Have a look at the Van Cittert–Zernike theorem, also in wikipedia: "the wavefront from an incoherent source will appear mostly coherent at large distances". The resulting fringes are different for different colors, but any color has max for straightforward direction. So, you see the ...
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